ASCILITE95 General Info
Conference theme: Learning with technology
Interactive multimedia and networking technologies now provide the means
to markedly change the way we teach and how our students learn.
ASCILITE'95 will cast a critical eye on factors which affect learning in
these environments. It will deal with the the very nature of multimedia
for communication and consequences for pedagogy. A feature will be
contributions from the creative arts and humanities
ASCILITE95 Contact Information
The Sectretariat for ASCILITE95 is the Science Multimedia Teaching Unit,
University of Melbourne.
Science Multimedia Teaching Unit
Old Geology Building
University of Melbourne
Parkville VIC 3052
Telephone: 03 9344 6400
Fax: 03 9344 5803
International telephone: 61 3 9344 6400
International fax: 61 3 9344 5803
Fabulous prizes, including an Apple Macintosh Performa 580 8/500/CD computer
worth over $2,500.00, a Kodak photo CD player, multimedia software and a
number of computer books have been donated to the
Apple Computer Australia, Macromedia and McGraw-Hill
respectively. ASCILITE'95 gratefully acknowledges their generous support.
This year's conference promises an excellent social events calendar. The
Dinner Dance is at the San Remo Ballroom featuring special guest Ian
McFadyen, and band Zydeco Jump. Special multimedia performances during
the conference from Uncertain Circle and COMPANY IN SPACE will entertain
and intrigue, and be sure to make it to the Trade Show and Cocktail Party.
For a full rundown of the events, see our Events Page.
Ansett Australia have been appointed official airline for the conference.
Special group airfares of up to 40% off the full economy fares will be
available to delegates on domestic flights only. They will not be subject
to availability at the time of booking and will not incur cancellation
fees. Please contact Flight Centre Corporate on 1800 632 654 and quote the
masterfile number ASC01 to obtain these fares.
Computing & Networking Systems
The presentation venues will have Macintosh and IBM compatible computers
with high quality overhead projection systems. High speed Internet
connection will be provided.
Electronic mail and ftp facilities will be available throughout the
Software and hardware displays by major vendors will form part of the
ASCILITE'95 Chair: Michael Nott
Executive: Jon Pearce, Matthew Riddle
Senior Editor: Jon Pearce
Editors: Carmel McNaught, Ainslie Ellis, Graeme Hart
Electronic Publishing: Matthew Riddle
Administration: Evelyn Frankl
Events and Industry Liaison: Maryrose Cuskelly
Programme Committee: Michael Nott, Graeme Hart
Technical Committee: email@example.com
Paul Fritze, Matthew Riddle, Hugh Campbell
Brochures can be mailed to your institution for distribution. Contact us
You may also download postscript or PDF Portable Display Format versions
of the First Call for Papers brochure here. We recommend downloading the
PDF version and printing with Adobe Acrobat. You can print postscript
files from programs such as BBEdit on the Macintosh, or lpr under UNIX.
Further information about ASCILITE is available at the ASCILITE home
- June 30, 1995 Abstracts due
- July 14, 1995 Notification of acceptance
- September 1, 1995 Full papers due
- November 3, 1995 Work-in-progress Abstracts
- December 3 and 7, 1995 Workshops
- December 4 to 6, 1995 Conference